The Artist

Artisan, Carl Woodland Jr. also known as "Sonny" learned the art from his Father, Carl Woodland Sr. as a teen growing up in the Florida Keys.

Carl attributes the development of his skill and artistry to his best mentor, his Dad. Some of Carl's most cherished memories of his Dad were spent working together in the driftwood shop shown below in two newspaper photos.

After many years of mentoring from his Dad, Sonny Woodland perfected the art of cutting, leveling and designing driftwood art furniture. Almost 30 years later, Carl with wife Carol and daughter Brittany proudly continue their family legacy. Scroll down to see historical newspaper photos of Sonny Woodland and his Dad, Carl Woodland Sr. Also, navigate the site to see driftwood photographs

 

from many years of hard work and dedication.

How We Work

01 Planning

Everyone wants an elegant and comfortable dining room. Most people look for driftwood furniture because of its durability and stylish looks. These qualities are also found in every single.

02 Drilling

Heavy cedar driftwood. Each peg is drilled into the wood one inch deep. Each peg is 4 inches long and 3/4" in diameter. The driftwood log is 44" x 6" x 4" deep.

03 Designing

Everyone wants an elegant and comfortable dining room. Most people look for driftwood furniture because of its durability and stylish looks. These qualities are also found in every single.

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Meet Our Team